About Dr. Sarah Bunch

Dr. Sarah Bunch received her doctorate in psychology from California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco Bay Campus. Her focus was Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on children and families. She attended the University of San Francisco for her undergraduate studies and earned a bachelors degree in psychology with a minor in chemistry.

Dr. Bunch began her internship training at Community Violence Solutions, working with both children and adults who were survivors of sexual abuse and assault. She completed her pre-doctoral training with UCSF’s Infant Parent Program, where she worked with mothers and their young children to support the child’s development by enhancing the quality of the caregiving relationship. Dr. Bunch completed her postdoctoral fellowship with the Wright Institute’s School Based Collaboration Program. Through her school-based work she provided individual counseling and crisis services for middle school and high-school aged students, consultation to school staff, and clinical supervision to doctoral trainees.

In addition to her work as a private practitioner, Dr. Bunch continues to provide psychotherapy and clinical supervision for the Wright Institute’s School Based Collaboration Program in Oakland. Throughout Dr. Bunch’s numerous years of experience in the Bay Area, she has sought to provide culturally sensitive mental health services to children, parents, and teenagers as they seek to cope with life’s challenges.

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